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you for watching. good night. >> geraldo: live and at large, it was huge. love glenn beck or hate him there is no denying that the fox news host accomplished something extraordinary today in washington, d.c. on a hot august afternoon he summoned like minded conservatives to the nation's capitol and despite the doubts and criticism and even fears of violence a last and peaceful crowd showed up and numbered in the low hundreds of thousands and despite the avowedly nonpolitical nature of occasion and whether or not they identify with the tea parties kortright wing of the political party or choose to align themselves with mr. beck they feel part of what is now the most potent political force in the country. welcome to this special edition of the program. i'm geraldo rivera. over the course of the next hour you will see large portions of an event that for various reasons was i think as underreported today as it was underestimated earlier. here is what is probably the largest private march since the million man march on washington. >> hello, america! i have just gotten word from the med
'reilly factor" is on. tonight. >> it does not end here it is now up to us. >> glenn beck, glenn beck, glenn beck. >> bill: glenn beck stuns the nation by attracting hundreds of thousands of people to washington on saturday. despite the media and some civil rights activists lining up against him. >> they want to disgrace this day. this is our day and we ain't giving it away. >> bill: we will talk with glenn beck and with the reverend al sharpton. >> let's stand together. let's stand with honor and let's restore america. [cheers and applause] >> bill: the political implications of the beck rally are huge. charles krauthammer, juan williams, and mary katharine ham will all analyze. >> i think glenn beck has got a few things the matter with him up in the head. >> bill: bernie goldberg will weigh in on how the media distorted and shamed itself in the coverage of the washington rally. caution, you where to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. big victory for glenn beck. that is the subject of this evening's talking poi
host glenn beck. he's holding this, many are saying, controversial rally in washington, d.c. today. beautiful washington monument there. perfect day for a rally, i'm told, in d.c., and it's being held, the historic steps of the lincoln mel moral. that very same spot where dr. king gave than "i have a dream" speech 47 years ago today. as i mentioned, at the same time, this counterdemonstration is being held just a couple of miles away by civil rights leaders. team coverage of the event. cnn's kate bolduan joins me live from becks rally and our political director paul steinhauser and as i mentioned a couple blocks away, sara lee at the counterdemonstration. i begin with kate in the thick of things. if i can peer over your shoulder, looks like it's fairly crowded already. this thing is getting started right now. kate, have you talked to people? what are you crowds like there? >> reporter: yeah. we have talked to people this morning. let me first give you a lay of the land, brooke what you're looking at. behind me, the lincoln memorial. crowds gathered here. the portion of the crowd yo
are warning about a new wave of bad news bears. >>> glenn beck is staujing a massive rally in washington this weekend, brazenly tied to martin luther king jr.'s famous march, an dr. king's niece will join him. is this man really america's new civil rights hero? >>> and, big easy blues the ugly crimes committed by new orleans police in the aftermath of hurricane katrina, and the new top cop brought into a city still gripped by scandal and violence. can he make it right? >> announcer: from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," august 27th, 2010. >> a camper killed in his tent, a hiker mauled near yellowstone and a grizzly handler killed in ohio. and there's rocky, the who killed a trainer in 2008. we called to rocky's handler, who explains what sets these animals off. we want you to be forewarned that our report includes material that some viewer may find disturbing. brian rooney has the report. >> reporter: this is animal trainer randy miller, with his 7-year-old grizzly bear rocky. >> good. >> reporter: r
memorial and stir up a huge fuss in the process. glenn beck with help from sarah palin spoke yesterday in the same spot on the anniversary of martin luther king's "i have a gramm dream" speech. was it a partisan event? >>> many americans persist in believing a lie that president obama is a muslim. some say they learned it from the media. why haven't journalists been able to put this rumor to rest? >>> and a conservative columnist makes a case against same-sex marriage and is hammered by other commentators. a conversation with ross dalthit of the new york times. >>> and tiger woods ex-wife breaks her silence. did she have too much control over the internet? this is "reliable sources." >>> after weeks of promotion or self-promotion to be precise, glenn beck hit the mall yesterday. tens of thousands of people, or more, showed up on the anniversary of the famous martin luther king speech. less than predicted but an impressive turn out for a talk show guy. here he is trumpeting the lincoln memorial event and those who followed the run-up more than fox did. >> i'm getting a lot of heat becau
now. >>> thanks, suzanne. good evening, everyone. drye driving our debate tonight, glenn beck. he calls himself the whitest man in america. he also once with said that president obama has a deep-seated hatred for white people. tomorrow, if you haven't heard already, mr. beck is holding a rally at the foot of the lincoln memorial with the goal, he says, of honoring the troops and we are quoting here, reclaiming the civil rights movement. did we just mention it happens to be the 47th anniversary of the march on washington? at the very site of the martin luther rally "i had a dream speech." dead up, you get something that mr. beck is all too familiar. controversy. >> the civil rights movement of '63 was to come to washington, to ask government to protect citizens, to intervene in our lives. he is coming to the government to get out of our lives. there are states rights movement, so you can't have it both ways. >> since the day president obama was elected president, you have had a constant tirade against the president, against democratic efforts to get the economy turned around. so le
is covering the beck rally. delia goncalves on the sharpton rally. is it right you have supporters at the sharpton rally? >> a lot of folks showed up at the sharpton rally. lots of folks were there. they say they chose this location here to begin the march tomorrow. >> we did talk to one glen burnie supporter who was at the rally earlier today. she had a lot to say on this issue. >> city and civil rights leaders clearly happy to have sharpton on board. >> bring fairness, justice and equality to all americans. >> drawing its own crowd of media and onlooker, including glen beck supporters. >> i think there's a huge misconception that this is about something political, the glen beck rally. it's not political. it's about restoring honor. >> i have no problem if mr. beck and miss palin and others want to march and want to rally. >> reporter: but he says the tone of sharpton's speech took an off color turn. if they're trying to make it about race, they don't understand martin luther king's message. >> i think that they don't understand what the march was about. and they're convener, mr.
on the table and hit might go hot buttons at this hour. well, glenn beck's circus of delusion and ego will be on full display in washington, d.c. tomorrow seeing he's trying to twisted the legacy of dr. king. my commentary plus the man who really knows how to honor martin luther king jr. reverend al sharpton will join us in a moment. an interesting story today. joe madison, the black eagle radio talk show host went nose to nose with the beckster himself. did beck apologize for saying racist things about the president? we'll tell what you went down in a moment. >>> michele bachmann has a wake up call for progressives. if the republicans win back control of the congress, it's going to be nothing but subpoenas and investigations. that's their plan for america. should be a call to arms for lefties when it comes to getting to the polls in november. >>> and the tea party goes to wall street. some of the richest, some of the most wealthiest men in the country are comparing president obama to hitler and moussalini. that's right. but mr. president, isn't it time to get it together and fight ba
. conservative firebrand and fox tv host glenn beck. he said his event would "reclaim the civil rights movement." he told the large crowd american has grown too cynical. >> are we so jaded as a nation, are we so pessimistic that we no longer believe in the individual and the power of the individual. do we no longer believe in dreams. and the power of one person making a difference. i testify to you here and now, one man can change the world. >> and not far aware, the reverend al sharpton echoed martin luther king's speech at washington at the planned king memorial. sharpton and other civil rights leaders were clearly annoyed at beck for taking over the lincoln memorial on this date. but sharpton refused to concede the day. >> they told me that others are going to be at the mall. and they're going to be standing where dr. king stood. well, they may have the mall, but we have the message. they may have the platform, but we have the dream. >> beck says he did not know that today would be the anniversary of the king speech when he applied for the rally permit. but once he learned of the date's hist
glenn beck and sarah palin. that was fltd by another rally of civil rights leaders. i'm jeff glor. also tonight, katrina five years later. new orleans rebuilds homes and storm barriers while some officials rerebuild their reputations. bucked eye battlefield. what the contest in one district in one state means for the midterm elections. and fast times in laguna beach. the latest crazy in california is speed boarding. >> just try to take corners as fast as we can. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with jeff glor. >> glor: good evening. we begin tonight with two rallies in washington, and while neither was billed as political they mark two sides of a deep political divide. at the lincoln memorial, tens of thousands gathered to hear tea party favorites glenn beck and sarah palin. across town, civil rights lead leaders led by the reverend al sharpton held their own gathering. wrapping up the events tonight, nancy cordes in washington. nancy, good evening. >> reporter: jeff, good evening. according to a tally commissioned by cbs news, roughly 87,000 people gathered h
leader but glen beck. he said his event would reclaim the civil rights movement. >> are we so jaded as a nation? are we so pessimistic that we no longer believe in the individual and the power of the individual? do we no longer believe in dreams? and the power of one person making a difference? i testify to you here and now, one man can change the world! >> and not far away the reverendal sharpton echoed the 1963 march on washington. sharpton and other leaders were clearly annoyed at beck for taking over the lincoln memorial but sharpton refused to con seed the day. >> they told me that others are going be at the mall and they will be standing where dr. king stood. well, they may have the mall, but we have the megs message. they may have the platform but we have the dream. >> beck says he did not know that today would be the anniversary of the king speech when he applied for the rally permit but once he learned, this is what he had to say about it in may. >> shannon travis was at the beck rally and i spoke with him about the diversity of the crowd. >> the message from the rally was
is starting right now. it's going to be awesome. >>> mr. beck comes to washington. let's play hardball. good evening. i'm chris matthews in washington. leading off, is god a conservative? it was a benediction. a religious moment. but, let's face it. the moment may have been religious and nominally nonpartisan. but the movement was anything but. the crowd that glenn beck brought to washington ignited in secular tension determined to bring down a parking light and united in politics. conservatives from wall to wall. whether 100 or 500,000 there, when was the last time liberals got 100,000 people to the mall. the answer is a good one. inaugural day. why can't progressives create events like these folks did this weekend? these folks who pride themselveses in traditionalism it's got game change author saying they could lose up to 60 house seat this is november. the democrats have a couple months to do something about it. here's another question. how did president obama lose control of his own biography? he's been portrayed by enemies as a foreign-born muslim socialist terrorist enemy of american
is hosted by conservative commentator glenn beck. the other on the left side, just getting started. this is being hosted by civil rights activist al sharpton also naacp. we are keeping track of both of these rallies. we'll have coverage on both straight ahead. >>> first, caught up on the stories this hour. watching the weather with us. forecasters are watching two big storms brewing out there in the atlantic. first one, hurricane danielle. expected to skirt bermuda as it heads north. the u.s. east coast should possibly be seeing high waves and dangerous surf as a result. earl could become a hurricane later today right now they say just too early to tell exactly where earl is heading. >>> also, of course, this weekend significant talking about hurricanes. this year five years ago when hurricane katrina slammed into the u.s.' gulf coast totally devastating the region. more than 1,700 people died. thousands of homes totally destroyed along with the levees all around the city of new orleans. all weekend long, we're revise itting people and places we encountered in those terrifying and
. good night. >> mr. beck comes to washington. let's play "hardball." >> good evening. leading off, is god a conservative. a religious moment. the moment may have been religious and nominally nonpartisan. the movement was anything but. the crowd that glen beck brought to washington is united in the secular intention. determined to bring down a president and united in the politics. don't kid yourself. conservatives from mall to mall. it raises a question, when was the last time liberals got 100,000 people to the mall? the answer is a good one. inaugural day. why can't they create events like these folks. they pride themselves in traditionalism and democrats headed for november 2nd. they could lose up to 60 house seat this is november. the democrats have a couple of months and getting to the answers is our top story tonight. here's another question. how did president obama lose control of his own biography. he has been portrayed as a foreign born muslim socialist enemy of american capitalism. how did this get to be so big? why isn't the white house doing anything to kill it? this tim
rallies on the mall, one spearheaded by glenn beck and featuring sarah palin. i'm maureen umeh. >> i'm will thomas. beck's rally was held at the lincoln memorial on the anniversary of dr. king's "i have a dream" speech and that sparked a well-attended counter- rally led by the reverend al sharpton and matt ackland is live to get things started. >> reporter: it's hard to tell how many people attended the rales. it's one of the busy yesterday days the national mall saw in awhile. both groups are folkate aland at the same time -- vocal and tammy, peaceful. it was a crowd that began to grow before daybreak. the crowd reached as far back as the washington monument and the host repeatedly teased the crowd. >> i have just gotten word from the media that there is over a thousand people here today. >> reporter: glenn beck said the event was about restoring honor to america. the speaker sarah palin urged participants to become motivated by the number of people who travelled to the nation's capitol to -- capitol to be a part of the rally. >> may this day, may this day be the change point. look
. these shows on the table and hitting my hot buttons at this hour. glenn beck took his freak show to the nation's capital over the weekend, had plenty of angry old white folks, but you know what, no solutions. although he says he's bringing the nation back to god. i got a commentary on that in just a moment. >>> last month tennessee's lieutenant governor called islam a cult. now the site of a proposed mosque near nashville, tennessee, has been set on fire. accusations of hate crime and a terror attack are flying around. investigators are trying to get to the bottom of what really happened. >>> and i had the privilege of speaking at the real rally commemorating dr. martin luther king jr.'s "i have a dream" speech on saturday. i'll talk to the man who led the charge, dr. al sharpton, and what i had to say at the rally coming up. >>> but this is the story that has me fired up tonight. at this hour, millions of americans, they're desperate, searching for answers on where we go now on this economy. false prophet glenn beck gave thousands of his followers this message. >> something beyond imagination
're talking like this. >> newt should be embarrassed. glenn beck is different. he's a paranoid lunatic who is a great entertainer. he's exploiting something that always happens in the country when the economy is bad and we're at war. during world war i, people were talking german in the street, people would beat them up. and then we interned the japanese. during the bad economic times over the last couple of years and the terrorism, it has led to this wave that glenn beck and his puppet master, rupert murdoch are exploiting. chris: katty, it is amazing to see a news organization like fox, the owner giving a million dollars to the republican party. it is out of the closet. is this a commercial thing beck is doing to raise ratings and raise money and get an audience. coming to washington, the whole thing. >> i think to some extent, as joe said, beck is an extraordinary entertainer. when he rants like this and speaks in very intimate fear amongering tones about how the republic is dispeering, that raises ratings and his profile. i think he's appealing to a broader section of the american publ
beck holding on event at the lincoln memorial, the site of the speech by dr. inc. king. some distance away, dr. sharpton echoed the 1963 march on washington with a march to the site of the proposed memorial to king. beck's message was none controversial but his choice of date and low case did not sit well with sharpton and others. >> what is it today that america truly believes in? we have very little trust in most of our institutions. but there is one thing that still is 15 points higher, at the top of the list, on things that america trusts, our military. >> they told me that others are going to be at the mall. and they are going to be standing where dr. king stood. well, they may have the mall, but we have the message. they may have the platform. but we have the dream. >> cnn political producer shannon that was is live from washington. who was at the rally on the mall? was there diversity in this crowd? >> yeah. it's an interesting question. the message from glen beck's rally was obviously about coming together in unity. it wasn't a whole lot of coming together in terms of ethnicit
think glenn beck's survey restored honor to america, 26% said yes and 74% said no. i think a lot of conservatives tuned in tonight. that's "the ed show." "hardball with chris matthews" next. see you in new orleans tomorrow night. >>> mr. beck comes to washington. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews in washington. leading off tonight, is god a conservative? it was a benediction, a religious moment, but let's face it, the moment may have been religious and nominally nonpartisan, but the movement was anything but. the crowd that glenn beck brought to washington this week is united in its secular intention. determined to bring down a president. and united in its politics. don't kid yourself. conservatives from mall to mall. whether there were 100 or 500,000 at the beck rally, it raises a question. when was the last time liberals got 100,000 people to the mall? the answer is a good one. inaugural day. but why can't the progressives create events like these folks did this weekend? these evacuates who pride themselves on their traditionalism. it's the question th
turnout by warning their troops what glenn beck and his tea party crowd have up their sleeves. speaking of beck, how about the obscenity or insanity of him saying he want to regain american honor by hijacking the anniversary of martin luther king's "i have a dream" speech on the washington mall itself, right in front of lincoln's memorial. he's comparing the importance of his rally to the moon landing. rosa park, the wright brothers. honestly, i wouldn't have thought of those connections myself. >>> and a mississippi middle school has insisted on deciding which elected class positions can be held by black students and which can be held by white students. for instance, the president of every class must be, you guessed it, white. the school board quickly changed its policy just this afternoon once the media got hold of the story. it turns out this policy is not so rare, as you might think, in states like mississippi. more to come. >>> plus, katrina. five years later. we're still learning more about the chaos and the violence down there in the days after the storm. we're going to go down t
. >> it should be condemned. moving on now. conservative comem tator glenn beck says the hundreds of thousands people who attended his rally in washington were expressing a deep dissatisfaction with the country. from the stage at the lincoln memorial on saturday where martin luther king jr. delivered a "i have a dream" speech exactly 47 years earlier, beck urged activists to embrace the nation's traditional values. >> something beyond imagination is happening! something that is beyond man is happening! america, today, begins to turn back to god. >> on fox news sunday, beck took directing what he called obama's version of christianity. >> jesus came for personal salvation. that's what i happen to believe. what does the president believe? four different speeches since he has been president, he has told and mainly students that your salvation is directly tied to the collective salvation. that's not something that most christians recognize. people aren't recognizing his version of christianity. >> in his exclusive interview with brian williams, president obama said he didn't watch restoring honor,
" magazine assess the glenn beck phenomenon and the tea party movement after the weekend rally in washington. >> woodruff: and jeffrey brown finds out what this year's emmy awards say about the business of entertainment television. that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> suarez: the latest u.s. casualty numbers out of afghanistan were grim indeed-- 14 killed in the past three days. they died in a series of new attacks by taliban insurgents. >> seven americans were killed today in two roadside bombs in southern afghanistan. seven others died over the weekend making a total of 49 killed in august following the record 66 in july. saturday saw predawn insurgent raids on two forward operating bases in the eastern city. one base camp chapman was where an al quitear double agent killed 7 cia personnel last december. th
to talk. >> well, he did want to talk. you will hear what he said to beck. all that and more now on countdown. >> don't believe me. just watch it yourself. >> good evening from los angeles. i'm lawrence o'donnell. in for keith olbermann. the man poised to replace a two-term incumbent as the republican nominee from the great state of alaska said social security is unconstitutional. in our fifth story tonight, he said that he might want to privatize it. attorney joe miller came out of nowhere, brandishing an endorsement from sarah palin to challenge lisa murcowski in last week's primary and currently leads by 1700 votes with counting still under way. towards the end of the campaign, murcowski began telling voters miller would take away medicare and social security. on cbs yesterday, miller did not exactly back away from the claim. queue, bob schaffer. >> you have also taken fairly controversial, some would say extreme positions. first you say you want to phase out medicare and you want to privatize social security. there a lot of people in alaska on medicare and getting social secu
hurricane katrina devastated that city. also, glenn beck's regrets. one day after his rally on the mall. the conservative talk show host says some of the things he said about the president in the >> five years ago to the day the world watched in horror as hurricane katrina ripped across the gulf coast. today president obama traveled to new orleans to take part in a memorial there. jay gray with the latest from jackson square. >> reporter: from the fifth anniversary of hurricane katrina president obama traveled to new orleans to deliver a promise. >> my administration is going to stand with you and fight alongside you until the job is done. >> the president and the nation pausing to remember. >> reporter: what those who lived through the storm can never forget. at this memorial where katrina made landfall along the mississippi coast, survivors honored the loss and offered support for so many still struggle iing in the five years since, the baptist church has provided help and hope for so who spend their days still surrounded by such despair. >> this church has been more like a hospital f
. >>> not sea far removed from politics, in his big rally this weekend, glenn beck said this. >> we must be better than what we've allowed ourselves to become. we must get the poison of hatred out of us, no matter what anyone may say or do, no matter what anyone smears or lies or throws our way. >> that, the same glenn beck who said this. >> the government is a heroin pusher, using smiley faced fascism to grow the nanny state. >> and this. >> communist, revolutionaries, socialist, marxists, followers of chairman mao, appointed by obama to the executive branch in positions of the deposit. call, call me. >> big disconnect, to say the least between beck the kumbaya rally host and beck the talk show host. we'll debate whether that matters in a moment. >>> first the pressing issue that matters most to you, the economy. here with us congressman cummings and ed rollins and john avalon and from new orleans, james carville. i want to begin with that apparent disconnect. listen first to the president in the rose garden. he met with his economic team. he knew just back from his vacation he talk abo
mccain was attacked for having a pastor endorse him for president. this saturday glenn beck outdid mccain by endorsing john hagey. there he is taking the cheers from the crowd. john hagec who called the catholic church the rev lag. is this more of the old right's difference? let's talk about who stands in the glenn beck coral? plus seven and a half years ago the war began with a an evolving justifications by those who ro moted the war. tonight as president obama declares to talk from the the oval office and u.s. combat missions have ended, we'll look back at the war. >>> also a new poll shows the republicans with the largest lead ever, ten points. what can the democrats do to turn the tide between now and november? >>> plus, even as president obama is battered on the left for not being tough enough with wall street. some of his biggest backers in the banking world are deserting him and throwing money at republicans. what is going on here? >>> and let me finish with iraq and why we should have never gone to war in the first place. let's start with glenn beck. this saturday glenn beck e
. plus, glenn beck and sarah palin are planning a big rally on the steps of the lincoln memorial later this month 47 years to the day after the reverend martin luther king delivered his "i have a dream" speech in the same spot. many civil rights leaders are not happy about it. the reverend al sharpton will tell us why. >>> then, one day after rod blagojevich was convicted on only one of 24 charges against him, we're learning more about what the jury was thinking, and it nearly turned out very differently for blago. >>> and damage control. white house chief of staff rahm emanuel has spent three days on the phone trying to quell the anger from democrats who say they were blindsided when president obama weighed in on the mosque near ground zero. we'll get the latest intrigue from inside the west wing of the white house. >>> and finally, what does nevada's senate candidate sharron angle have in common with george washington, thomas jefferson and ben franklin? you'll find that out in the sideshow. >>> let's begin with charlie cook of the cook political report and chris cillizza of "the wash
into the ground. >> glen beck comes to the lincoln memorial for a rally to us restore america's honor. >> hi, how are you? i am on my way to fox. ♪ >> incumbent republicans be where -- nobody's see is a sure thing in the current environment the democrats' economic recovery is not happening. a change in the house and senate may be closer and you have a huge enthusiasm gap. 3 million more republicans after doubt in the primaries than republicans. what is happening out there? >> i don't think we know the full extent of it as yet. but we know washington insiders are in trouble. >> out there it is warm, and dry. the democrats are screwed that . >> sarah palin has emerged as a leader of the republican party and probably the intellectual foundation of the republican party as well. >> it is not a good year to run as a washington insider. i think that is fairly well established. i don't know anybody who is doing so. >>as inside as you can get. i was born at 14th and k. >> you were born in weymouth. a thursday editorial says republican insurgents to the far right did well in tuesday's primary. what their
and greeted by suspicion. it was organized by provocative conservative talk show host glenn beck who was joined on stage by sarah palin. if that wasn't enough to trigger reaction from activists on the left, the timing and place of the rally certainly was. the anniversary of martin luther king, jr.'s "i have a dream" speech delivered from the same steps 47 years ago today. nbc's tom costello joins us now from washington with more. hello, tom. >> reporter: hi, lester. good evening to you. there is speculation these two might go on the attack today. in effect, they held their fire. this rally was about god and country. >> hello, america. >> reporter: on the steps of the lincoln memorial, glenn beck's rally at times had the look and feel of a christian revival. >> america today begins to turn back to god. >> let the church say amen! >> reporter: albeit with a heavy dose of beck-style patriotism. >> this day is a day that we can start the heart of america again. it has nothing to do with politics. it has everything to do with god. >> reporter: thousands came to hear the message. true to h
on the catholic church endorse him for president. well, this saturday glenn beck outdid mccain by endorsing john haigy. there he was at the foot of the lincoln memorial, arm in arm with beck's other proud associates taking the cheers from the crowd. john haigy who called the catholic church the great whore of revelation. is this the love and religious unity to which beck appeared to personally give witness, or is it more of the old native attitude that derides any religious or ethnic difference? let's talk about who truly stands in the glenn beck corral. plus, seven and a half years ago the war in iraq began with shock awe and an evolving set of justifications by those who promoted the war. tonight, as president obama prepares to declare from the oval office that the u.s. combat mission has ended, we'll look back at those reasons for war and see whether any of them turned out to be true. also, the new gallup congressional poll shows the republicans with their largest lead ever, ten points what. can the democrats do to turn the tide between now and november. >>> plus, even as president obama is b
, go see glen beck. the beck apocalypse nears. so get allstate. [ dennis ] dollar for dollar nobody protects you from mayhem like allstate. >>> worsts. see this? this is a police car. you've seen some parked outside a store, do not try to rob the store. >>> it's a conspiracy so implausible, if you do not derail it, the laws of gravity may unrail before midnight. how dick army and saul alinsky are working together to keep grassroots organizations in the has of big corporations. >>> the beckoening or one crazy idea complete with pictures of rosa parks. and exclusive details of who the "he" is beck believes will be talking through him. >>> remember trevor hall who saved another boy from drowning and was taken to the hospital as a precaution against drowning? his family was told they'd have to pay more than $2,000 in bills. we made them the worst person. today they have reversed their decision. there will be no bill. >>> tonight's bronze, back to the mean stuff. to shane alexander of portland, oregon, accused of shoplifting from the johnson creek fred meyer store. they are alleged to ha
and americans. we'll have a special report r >> later, the best of glenn beck the highlights of his recent appearances on the factor. [ male announcer ] at toyota, we care about your safety. that's why we're investing one million dollars every hour... to improve our technology and your safety. it's an investment that's hpetoyota earn multiple top safety pick awards for 2010 bthe insurance institute for highway safety. no other brand has won more. these top safety picks, and all our new safety innovations are available at fire was fire. and the first language, the language of chemistry, was universal and eloquent. and the unique ability of chemiry to change everything has never changed. it is still the hope of human history to come. it is still the bond in partial between the elements. hydrogen, oxygen, carbon and human. bill: as you may know the situation on the mexican border remains intense with drug smuggling and illegal immigration still not under control after all these years. some immigration and us toms enforcement officers on the border are saying their bosses in
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